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    James Earl Files (born January 24, 1942), also known as James Sutton, [a] is an American former prisoner. In 1994, while serving a 50-year sentence for the 1991 attempted murders of two police officers, Files gave interviews stating that he was the " grassy knoll shooter" in the 1963 assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy.

    • Paroled in May 2016
    • American
    • May 7, 1991
    • James Sutton
  2. Oct 13, 2022 · New York Attorney General Tish James files an INJUNCTION against Trump to stop him moving assets away from his family business in her $250 million lawsuit On the same day that James filed a...

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  3. Mr. James Files discusses his return trip to the Grassy Knoll, made in November 2020. Mr. File's wife, Pamela Ray's new book, PRIMARY TARGET: JFK - HOW THE CIA USED THE CHICAGO MOB TO KILL THE...

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  4. Nov 09, 2015 · James Files, the man who has repeatedly confessed to assassinating John F. Kennedy, has been moved from a maximum security facility at Danville Correctional Center, in Danville, Illinois, to a more lenient one. According to the Daily Mail, James Files -- who has been in prison for the past 36 years -- is scheduled to be released next spring.

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  5. Apr 21, 2018 · James Earl Files (alias James Sutton) claims to the be the shooter on the grassy knoll, November 22, 1963. He claims he shot President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. He also claims Lee Harvey Oswald did not fire a shot. (1) Files revealed this while incarcerated for the attempted murder of two police officers in 1994.

  6. Nov 07, 2016 · Today I came across something written by Jim Marrs, in 2009 as far as I can tell. In it he asks three questions and asks how each are possible if James Files weren't ...

  7. Short excerpt of a nearly 3 hour video interview with James Files; the self proclaimed grassy knoll assassin. Filmed at Statesville Prison on November 19th, ...

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    • JFK: Just the Facts
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